Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has made some new friends during his 8 month prison stint for tax evasion. Friends like Billy McFarland, who was sentenced to six years in prison for that fraudulent mess that was the Fyre Festival, and the dude who leaked Jennifer Lawrence’s nudes.
I guess if you’re going to make prison besties, you might as well make friends with the most famous douchebags in the place. Everyone knows non-famous prison douchebags are way less fun and probably better at Scrabble than you. So kudos to The Situation for choosing wisely!
We all know Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino was hiding coin (lots of coin) from Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam is that bitch who reads your phone and goes through your mail when you sleep. It didn’t take the government long to charge Mike with tax fraud, and he went to the slammer in January. We haven’t heard much from The Sitch since then, but luckily he’s on a reality show with major blabbermouths. Snooki was interviewed recently and gave an update on Mike. Surprisingly, he’s viewing prison like a stay at Club Med.
The t-shirt and saltwater taffy shops of the Jersey Shore will be a little quieter and void of third-person self-references this summer, as Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino reported to prison today for trying to hide millions from Uncle Sam. Mike was sentenced back in October to eight months in the slammer after he and his brother, Marc Sorrentino, were found guilty of failing to pay taxes on two businesses they own, and incorrectly reporting $9 million of income. Marc got two years in jail, so count your blessed situation, The Situation! Mike do-si-doed into jail earlier this afternoon, and it looks like he’ll have another famous face to pump iron with in the prison yard.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has been engaged to his fiancée Lauren Pesce since he popped the question during an episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation in June. He’s also about to go to prison for tax evasion. The Situation becomes The Inmate anytime between now and January 15, 2019, which means he had to decide if he wanted to get married before, after, or sometime during his prison stay. He went with the first option.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino forgot rule #1 of any money situation, which is that if you find yourself making more of it, you need to remember to pay Uncle Sam. Otherwise, you might find yourself in a locked-up situation. Which is where The Situation is today.
If there’s one thing we all know, it’s that the IRS is the brightest pupil from Detective LaToya’s House of Creeping. In short, pay up or she’ll find your ass. Even though Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino had claimed he had not been guilty of adding tax evasion to his G, T, L to-do list, it appears a deal has been struck since he plead guilty in court today. Continue reading